Our company is trained to think about figures right unless they’ve been clearly stated to be otherwise.

Our company is trained to think about figures right unless they’ve been clearly stated to be otherwise.

Today is Bisexual Visibility Day, which means that we reach celebrate among the best bisexual fictional figures of them all: The 100‘s Clarke Griffin. Clarke Griffin, how can I love thee? I would ike to count the ways. (Cue obnoxious “11 times Clarke had been THE GREATEST” post, amIrite?) The 100 does not get back because of its 3rd season until the following year, that is simply crazy, since it’s the very best show on television, and I also skip it in great amounts. Fortunately, today is Bisexual Visibility Day, which provides me personally the opportunity that is perfect wax lyrical concerning the show once again! No, really, I’m obsessed.

Because one of numerous ways that are many that the 100 is efficiently (yup, efficiently. Just ask the authors. Simply no effort whatsoever. The words simply flow as promised, no all nighters needed) pressing the boundaries of tiny display screen storytelling is by casually launching a love that is female because of its lead character, making Clarke Griffin not merely bisexual, but appearing that her sex makes simply no distinction to her character.…